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republicans in congress if you go over the fiscal cliff. how long can you have that hard above. -- how long can you afford politically to have those tax cuts? >> america faces a very serious problem and our goal is to make sure it gets solved. we have a debt problem that is out of control. we have got to cut spending and i believe it is appropriate to put revenues on the table. the receive news we are putting -- of the revenues we are putting from, guess who? the rich. there are ways to limit deductions, close loopholes and have the same people pay more -- more of their money to the federal government without raising the tax rates which we believe will harm our economy. >>\[inaudible question] >> i think our members understand the seriousness of faces. trillion dollar deficits for as far as the eye can see. $16 trillion of debt on the books. every man, woman and child owing the american government $50,000 and that number is increasing every single year. as a result, our members understand that we've got to solve the problem, and we will. >> the house is going to leave today with two days le
to go off the fiscal cliff if there is no movement by house republicans. would you be willing to go off the fiscal cliff if they did not budge on the top 2%? >> i did not understand the statement in the way that you characterized it. the way i think -- it was a prediction. if there is no agreement, then the fiscal cliff pass to be dealt with. i did not see it as if they do not do this, we do that. i saw it as a statement of fact. if there is no agreement, we go over the cliff. >> the governor christie is meeting at the white house with the president. this afternoon, as he has a meeting with the speaker. [inaudible] >> christie? i thought you were talking about sandy right now. >> [inaudible] >> i do not know that. i had a meeting with governor cuomo and i met with mayor bloomberg. they showed me the documentation of the challenges they're facing in their communities. they know that i am committed to the social compact the but we have to be there for people in times of natural disaster. one of the first things i -- that happen to me was the earthquake. if you ever want to feel helpless,
the white house has proposed extending them. in its opening bid in terms of the fiscal cliff, their opening bid there. they proposed extending the whole batch them. they have, just like everyone else said, when we do tax reform we really need to get rid of some of these. host: sam goldfarb is a tax writer with k.q. roll call and we've been -- c.q. roll call and we've been talking with him about the tax extender issues and their role in the fiscal cliff negotiations. but now we want to open up the phones. and if you have questions for mr. goldfarb about the so-called fiscal cliff negotiations and tax issues, the numbers are up on the screen. 202-5853. and of course you can also contact us via social media. we'll pull put up those addresses as well. and you can send an email to journal@c-span.org. now, we have this tweet for you, mr. goldfarb. guest: i think dozens of them are for businesses and i don't knowify want to describe them as -- know if i want to describe them as corporate welfare, but as was mentioned, the research and development tax credit, the tax credits to motorsports complexe
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